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Bishopsdale Oast

At a Glance

    Pros

  • quiet and restful setting
  • owner is a chef so breakfasts are great
  • nice garden

    Cons

  • some rooms are small
  • car needed to get around

Bishopsdale Oast Review

This converted 18th-century double-kiln oasthouse (used for drying hops) makes an atmospheric place to stay in tiny Biddenden, near Sissinghurst. The sprawling redbrick house has been elegantly renovated, with cream-color walls, dark furniture, and framed pictures of flowers on the walls. On cold days a fire burns in the spacious lounge, and on warm, sunny mornings you can breakfast outside on the terrace. Bedrooms vary in size: the more expensive rooms are quite spacious, but cheaper rooms are more of a squeeze. All are nicely decorated, and many have sweeping views of a nearby deer park. No kids under 14 are allowed.

    Hotel Details

  • 5 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
Updated: 06-11-2013

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